Nailsea Musicals to perform Curtains

PUBLISHED: 10:39 15 October 2010 | UPDATED: 10:09 19 October 2010

Cast of Nailsea Musicals' latest show Curtains.

Cast of Nailsea Musicals' latest show Curtains.

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THE award-winning society Nailsea Musicals is preparing for its latest production Curtains which they will be performing in November.

THE award-winning society Nailsea Musicals is preparing for its latest production Curtains which they will be performing in November.

Written by the duo Kander and Ebb, who wrote Chicago and Cabaret, Curtains is an action-packed murder mystery musical.

The show follows the fall-out when the supremely untalented star of Robin Hood of the Old West is murdered during her opening night curtain call.

It is up to a police detective, who moonlights as a musical theatre fan, to save the show, solve the case, and maybe even find love before the show reopens, without getting killed himself.

Nailsea Musicals has been lucky enough to secure one of the licenses direct from New York where David Hyde Pierce has starred in the production.

He won a Tony Award for his performance and the show received seven other nominations.

Curtains runs from November 10-13 at the Scotch Horn Centre, in Brockway, Nailsea, with performances each day at 7.30pm and also at 2.30pm on Saturday.

Tickets are available from the Nailsea Musical Shop or by calling the box office 0845 224 7429 or check the website at www.nailseamusicals.org.uk for more details.


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